Last Updated on 21st February 2011

Who: Holly Fulton

What: A geometric delight in tropical brights topped off with a trimming of black fur.

Thoughts: Holly Fulton’s autumn/winter 2011 runway show at Somerset House this morning was, unsurprisingly, a lot more colourful than the monochromatic collections we’ve been seeing so far this season – so much so, in fact, it could’ve passed for a spring line.

Packed to the brim with the likes of Daphne Guinness, Samantha Cameron and Hilary Alexander, the BFC Show Space played host to a truly fantastic show with neon yellow geo-tastic shift dresses, black and white futuristic prints and fluffy pom pom skirts that bounced to the beat of the music.

Silk Japanese-inspired maxi dresses had vivid digital prints, textured wool shifts have nude patent leather trimmings – some with sharp gold studs for added edge or decadent mohair skirts – whilst azure separates, splashes of yellow and leather accents match the Sixties-inspired PVC mini frocks, making one heck of a tropic-packed treat for autumn.

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